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Portraits

Author: David Seidner; Richard Martin
Publisher: New York : Assouline ; London : Thames & Hudson (distributor), 1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Seidner's work pays homage to the great portrait painters of the early nineteenth-century. Fusing history and stylish antiquarianism with a contemporary sensibility, Seidner creates a distinctive and remarkable array of images. Modern day actors, actresses, aristocrats and others who fill the social pages, don the costumes and postures of their earlier counterparts. Counterparts who were painted by artists such as  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Pictorial works
Named Person: David Seidner; David Seidner
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Seidner; Richard Martin
ISBN: 2843231523 9782843231520
OCLC Number: 41466680
Description: ca. 80 pages, chiefly color portraits ; 38 cm
Responsibility: David Seidner ; text by Richard Martin ; Project co-ordinator Diana Edkins.

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In a series of portraits, leading New York photographer David Seidner pays homage to early 19th-century portraitists such as Ingres, Boldini and John Singer Sargent.  Read more...

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